Category: Letters to Sarah

Category: Letters to Sarah Motherhood: A Call to Carry On

Carry on.  When you’re drop dead tired and there’re still several hours and as many chores left to do at the end of the day: Carry on.  When you have so much to do you don’t know how you’ll do it all: Carry on.  When you have so many needs to fill and seemingly not enough resources to fill them all: Carry on.  When you’re weary and successes are few and failures are many: Carry on.  When you feel all alone and as if no one cares for what you do: Carry on.  Carry on, Mother, carry on!  Motherhood’s a call to carry on.  No matter what you think, how you feel or how things seem to appear, as a mother, you’re called to carry on. I was mulling over this message, I got to thinking about flying; the hustle and bustle of the airport, the waiting in line, the continue reading

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Category: Letters to Sarah Dear Sarah…

[ongoing Letters to my friend…]   Dear Sarah, I’m just checking in to say hello and to encourage you to… Press on. :o) The weather’s changed just a bit and the day doesn’t seem as bright out — and so I got to thinking about you and am just praying that you’re doing well — that you’re not discouraged with the load you are carrying in this season.   So, as I send this, I am praying that you will just be encouraged and just do *one* thing today that you’ve been meaning to get to.  Just *one* thing that’s been pressing or blocking some other things from getting done.  I’m doing this today — I have some ironing that *needs!* to be done and so I am just going to do it right now after writing to you.  I think we all have things that are blocking other things continue reading

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